[SPONSORED] Phantom 6 Plus: Great battery performance and processing power, amazing stuff

Mobile giant, TECNO has been making very good impressions with its smart phone releases this year and they are definitely not resting on their laurels, Phantom 6+ is said to stomach a massive battery capacity of over 4050mAh -- arguably one of the best in the market at present.

Mobile giant, TECNO has been making very good impressions with its smart phone releases this year and they are definitely not resting on their laurels, Phantom 6+ is said to stomach a massive battery capacity of over 4050mAh – arguably one of the best in the market at present.

This whole spec war becomes too common that nothing is really out of the world anymore, but according to the stories making the rounds, TECNO has made an outstanding statement with the new Phantom release, as the Phantom 6+ one of the slimmest smart phones that was launched this September, with a thin body measuring between 6-7mm.

 
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The question now is, how did TECNO manage to fit a 4050mAh battery into a device that is 6-7mm thin? That’s UNBELIEVABLE.

 

As reports continue to affirm that the Phantom 6+ showcase a beautiful premium design with several “out of the world” features, I can’t help but state that one of the best things TECNO said to have done with this smart phone (and has obviously caught my attention)is the processing power.

 

The company launched a smart phone with MediaTek’s Helio X20Deca- core processor which is bound to generate as much processing power as one can ever imagine from a smart phone. Deca-core processor is capable of powering multitasking operations and effecting better power efficiency, and this is the first deca-core smart phone to hit African markets.

The all new powerful processor and massive RAM in the Phantom 6+ makes for a potent combination. From launching apps to playing games and streaming video, everything will happen faster and smoothly, making the new Phantom 6+ a smart phone to beat.

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